Tadeusz Estreicher

Chemist, son of Karol, brother of Stanisław, born and died in Kraków. He studied chemistry at the Jagiellonian University, Leipzig, London and Berlin. He determined the boiling point and melting point of the hydrogen chloride. He built a hydrogen liquefaction device in Krakow, one of only three in the world. He determined the heat of vaporization, determined the critical temperatures of many substances. He was a professor of inorganic chemistry at the University of Friborg in Switzerland. There he also gave lectures promoting the idea of restoring independence to Poland. He was active in the Sienkiewicz Committee for the victims of the war, he helped financially Polish students. He was active in many social committees. He published many dissertations in magazines, helped in saving royal coffins, and lectured in painting chemistry at the Academy of Fine Arts.

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